- Report: Man charged with kidnapping, attempted murder of IOP woman (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County deputy arrested in photo-bombing incident (Post & Courier).
- Victim: Shootout at Dorchester County apartment left suspect wounded (Live 5 News).
- Southern Charm cast creates GoFundMe page for Tyreik Gadsden (WCBD).
- Man who captured video of Walter Scott shooting honored in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- NCPD: Missing N. Charleston teen located in New Orleans (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 5/12 – 5/14/15 (HCS).
- Weekend of entertainment with Holy City Sinner (ABC News 4).
- Preparing for the Heat Wave this weekend (News 2).
- Edmund’s Oast to open freestanding brewery in 2016 (Post & Courier).
- A Year of a Fried Chicken and Finicky Soft Serve at Leon’s Oyster Shop (Eater Charleston).
- Jeni’s Ice Cream Closes due to Listeria Threat (Again) [Charleston City Paper].
- Now-televised Fung Brothers take on Charleston cuisine (Post & Courier).
- Opening Alert: Smoke BBQ Unlocks Its Doors Today (Eater Charleston).
- North Charleston cafe Junction Kitchen exudes community spirit (Post & Courier).
- Sam’s Club National BBQ Tour to fire up grills in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Now accepting entries for the Charleston City Paper 2015 Visual Art Contest (CCP).
- Flooded Streets partners with Bitter Southerner for exclusive “In Defense of Charleston” shirt (Charleston City Paper).
- 25 years ago, The Citadel was ‘America’s team’ at College World Series (Post & Courier).
- Nashville bound: Tyler Boone and others tote their catalogs of songs to Music City (Post & Courier).
- Local musician Ryan Lil has set up a GoFundMe campaign (GoFundMe).
- Top Gun party on the Yorktown Photo Gallery (Post & Courier).
- Jason Isbell, Kevin Kinney surprise audience at Sadler Vaden’s Pour House show (Post & Courier).
- ACLU questions Gov. Haley’s participation in weekend prayer rally (Live 5 News).
- As bachelorhood questioned, Lindsey Graham reveals he almost married (Post & Courier).
- Critics say body camera bill restricts public rights to see footage (ABC News 4).
- BAR bows to public pressure in denying Sgt. Jasper application (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley: To recruit business, think like a business leader (Post & Courier).
- Duane Lewis sworn in as Berkeley County sheriff (Live 5 News).
- Folly Beach residents discuss lowering the frequency of off-season street festivals (News 2).
- Can’t we all just get along on Folly Beach? (Charleston City Paper).
- CCSD announces interview schedule with superintendent finalists (ABC News 4).
- SC pays off $1B unemployment debt to federal government (Live 5 News).
- Late night activity committee ready to share ideas at public meeting (ABC News 4).
- Huckabee making weekend swing through South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Defendant or plaintiff? SC State may be either in lawsuit (ABC News 4).
- Rep. Jeff Duncan takes issue with migratory bird protections (Post & Courier).
- Animal Society: Caitlyn’s wounds healing, surgery planned for Friday canceled (ABC News 4).
- Charleston tech execs on vacation find SpaceX rocket wreckage likely carrying GoPro video of fall from space (Charleston City Paper).
- Still time for seniors to sign up Project Cool Breeze first distribution coming up (ABC News 4).
- Local horticulture student getting ‘Old World’ education (Live 5 News).
- A friend of mine is taking a mission trip to Africa and set-up a fundraising page (Palmetto Medical Initiative).
- Angler hauls in 10-foot shark on the Isle of Palms (Post & Courier).
- SC needs to plan for senior population doubling (News 2).
- Dorchester School District Two to hold job fairs seeking bus drivers (Live 5 News).
- Georgetown ranked poorest city in state, but leaders say growth still happening (ABC News 4).
- Two charged with murder after bodies found in burning truck (News 2).
- College Receives Grant for Military and Veteran Student Coordinator (CofC).
- Defendant spits at officers in court after murder conviction (News 2).
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